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Social media today is a gold mine for damaging evidence that can be used in divorce proceedings. Information posted on sites like Facebook or Twitter, privately or not, can be subpoenaed by opposing lawyers in the court of law. Protected photos, posts and messages will not be spared.
Before the huge successes of the iPod, iPhone and the iPad, Apple had its share of lackluster hardware and discontinued products in the '90s. Learn about five major flops Apple endured before its ascent to the top of the global technological industry.
Check out these numbers, which hint at just how crazy Americans are about their pet cats and dogs.
Eight short stories explore everything from heavy issues to high times.
(Web Exclusive) Local author's latest novel documents his spiritual connection with his great-grandmother nine times removed, who was a witch.
Brad Faith, chef with Nutrition Services for Columbia Public Schools, prides himself on serving delicious and nutritious meals to kids Columbia kids.
For Sarah and Sasha Goodnow, sharing creative inspiration is a sisterly bonding activity. Although they work in different mediums and have their own distinctive styles, they're brought together by their enthusiasm for art.
Stop by Boone County National Bank's Smiley Lane Branch to check out this shimmering piece of public art.
Bo Brown is three parts Bear Grylls and one part Survivorman. He compares wolf spider-meat to buttery beef and says toasted grasshoppers taste nutty. He also leads a school that uses a primitive lesson plan towards its participants, including building a fire, spotting useful herbs and brewing sassafras tea.
Our editor, like this week's feature author, ventures into the unknown. Unlike our feature author, he does it quite on accident.
(Web Exclusive) The new PBS phenomenon Downton Abbey has become a favorite of many Columbians.
Winning an Academy Award polarizes critics and audiences. Being nominated is a tremendous honor, but sometimes the losses hit hard and stick with fans for years. Columbia film experts compiled 20 losers who should have been winners in the past 20 years.
Nutella has made the transition from cupboards to professional kitchens thanks to its growing popularity and tasty versatility.
(Web Exclusive) Chef Brian Lambiotte explains how to add Nutella to a classic dessert recipe
Here's a closer look at top trends for your home for spring 2012.
For six years, pop-rock band Mayday Parade has serenaded audiences with its cleverly titled, often moving songs. Anyone can sing about a cheating girlfriend or a broken heart, but it takes true talent and passion to form a pop-rock band that stands out from the rest.
Got headphones? Vox has song suggestions from the city’s musical masterminds. When drummer and teacher Phylshawn Johnson isn’t in the recording studio with her label or teaching others how to play at the Columbia Academy of Music, she is listening to these tracks.
(Web Exclusive) In such a materialistic society, sometimes it’s hard to focus on the little things in life. In the end, it seems that those little things make us the happiest. Check out these life-loving tunes.